Ted Kritsonis

Ted Kritsonis

A journalism grad-turned-veteran of the biz, Ted covers the tech world, and has written for a number of publications in Canada and the U.S. Ted loves hockey and history books, but also gets a kick out of saving people money through smarter tech buying decisions. Well-traveled, spoken, and a nice in a Canadian way, Ted lives and breathes Toronto, but doesn't always write from there.
Articles
Product Review

Optoma’s NuForce BE Free5 wireless earbuds cut the price, keep the good sound

Taking out all the wires and glossy paint, Optoma still gives its NuForce BE Free5 the goods to play audio better than Apple’s AirPods at a cheaper price. But are these the affordable true wireless earbuds for you?
Product Review

Red Rhino stampedes where Apple, Amazon and Roku refuse to tread: Porn.

The Rhino Box is an Android-based set top box that walks the line on serving up boatloads of content. Max of 155 characters (counting spaces)
Product Review

Run, bike, go wild. Jlab's wireless Epic Air headphones will stay put

JLab’s Epic Air maintain a sturdy fit, raise the volume, and play longer than others, but they aren’t without their drawbacks. In our review of these true wireless earbuds we separate the good from the bad so you can see if they’re…
Health & Fitness

Tired of doing boring planks? The Stealth Core Trainer Pro makes a game of it

The Stealth Core Trainer Pro combines a balance board with a smartphone gaming app to gamify plank exercises, letting you score points in pursuit of that elusive six-pack, or to strengthen your core without the monotony.
Product Review

For the same price as Apple AirPods, you can get better sound from NuForce

In this review we check out Optoma’s NuForce BE Free8, which go fully cordless with consistent sound and stylish design. Priced in line with Apple’s AirPods, the Free8 are another viable competitor in the growing truly wireless…
Product Review

Jabra's Sport Pulse Wireless get an audio tuneup for their 'Special Edition'

The Sport Pulse Wireless get a “Special Edition” moniker as Jabra rectifies the original model’s lackluster audio performance while adding fitness extras, resulting in one of the most well-rounded Bluetooth earbuds available.